As of October 12, Sudan is no longer be subject to 20-year-old U.S. economic and trade sanctions.
President Donald Trump told a group of African leaders that, "We hope to extend our economic partnerships with countries [that] are committed to self-reliance and to fostering opportunities for job creation in both Africa and the United States."
Over the past month, USAID sent Disaster Assistance Response Teams to Mexico and countries across the Caribbean to coordinate U.S. international disaster response efforts.
President Donald Trump issued new travel restrictions on nationals of North Korea, Venezuela and Chad, while continuing to restrict the travel of citizens from five of the six countries included in Executive Order 13780.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence lauded the UN Security Council’s unanimous adoption of Resolution 2378 calling for improvements to UN peacekeeping operations.
Liberia has come a long way since the end of its second civil war in 2003.
The State Department has designated Tony-Lee Thulsie and Brandon-Lee Thulsie as Specially Designated Global Terrorists for their ties to ISIS.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced targeted sanctions on two South Sudanese government officials and one former official for their roles in threatening the peace, security, or stability of South Sudan.
Ethiopia’s eastern lowlands bordering Somalia are suffering through a severe drought.
Cameroon's health emergency management preparedness tools and mechanisms that it has developed with U.S. assistance over the last two years were tested.
Angolans went to the polls to elect a new parliament, and to determine who would replace President Jose Eduardo dos Santoswho has governed the country for the past 38 years.
We urge President Kiir and his Government to both acknowledge and address the worsening humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.